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'Paris porte-à-porte is a transmedia project which aims at celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Paris ring road by presenting its story.
It combines a web documentary, an interactive map with flashcodes (symbols based on the technology of QR codes), a radio show and a collection of photos taken by drivers or the local residents.The web, the radio, the documentary and the cell phone are the mediums used to describe the ring road of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
The user can hear about the event according to two main entry points:He can hear a radio show on the topic; He can access a link to the web documentary or the interactive map from the France Inter website or the Pavillon de L'arsenal website.
Each entry point provides the user with a different content interaction experience....'
Two top magazine writers, both of whom have optioned their nonfiction articles for movies, are starting a platform to enable other writers to do so as well. (In a transmedia world, professional writing IS creative writing.